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According to Wikipedia: "The company was founded by Michael Marks, an immigrant from Minsk (now in Belarus), in 1884 as a single market stall in Leeds. After Thomas Spencer joined the company in 1894 it was known as 'Marks and Spencer'. The site of the first stall is marked with a green and gold commemorative clock in Leeds Kirkgate Market. One of the original Penny Bazaars - in the Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne - remains open to this day, and is now the smallest Marks & Spencer store in operation. Marks and Spencer, known colloquially as "Marks and Sparks" or "M and S", made its reputation in the 20th century on a policy of only selling British-made goods. It entered into long term relationships with British manufacturers, and sold clothes and food under the "St Michael" brand (trademark registered in 1928), a name which honours its co-founder Michael Marks. It also accepted the return of unwanted items, giving a full cash refund if the receipt was shown, no matter how long ago the product was purchased. It has now adopted a 90-day returns policy. By 1950, all goods were sold under the St Michael label. Simon Marks, son of Michael Marks, died in 1964, after 56 years' service to the Company. Israel Sieff took over as Chairman. A cautious international expansion began with the introduction of Asian food in 1974. M&S opened stores in continental Europe in 1975 and in Ireland four years later. The company put its main emphasis on quality, but for most of its history, it also had a reputation for offering fair value for money. When this reputation began to waver, it encountered serious difficulties. Arguably, M&S has historically been an iconic retailer of 'British Quality Goods'. Its business model required suppliers to commit to long term contracts solely with M&S. This approach often led to over-reliance by manufacturers on the portion of trade they did with M&S. Accordingly, when the M&S fashion buyers changed suppliers on some aspects of the company's retail clothing offering, manufacturers were left dangerously exposed: many became insolvent. This has resulted in a change of climate, and no longer is a contract to supply M&S held up as the panacea it once was. In 1988 the company acquired Brooks Brothers, an American clothing company and Kings Super Markets, a US food chain. They were subsequently sold off, in 2001 and 2006 respectively. 1997 onwards M&S's profits peaked in financial year 1997/1998. At the time it was seen as a continuing success story, but with hindsight it is considered that during Sir Richard Greenbury's tenure as head of the company, profit margins were pushed to untenable levels, and the loyalty of its customers was seriously eroded. The rising cost of using British suppliers was also a burden, as rival retailers increasingly imported their goods from low-cost countries, but M&S's belated switch to overseas suppliers undermined a core part of its appeal to the public. Another factor was the company's refusal until 2000 to accept any credit cards except its own store card. In addition, as an ageing and famously bureaucratic company, it was losing touch with potential younger customers, who were reluctant to shop with it. At the same time Greenbury, who had dominated the company, had his attention diverted by the Prime Minister's committee on directors' pay. These factors combined to plunge M&S into a sudden slump, which took the company, its shareholders, who included hundreds of thousands of small investors, and nearly all retail analysts and business journalists, by surprise. The company's share price fell by more than two thirds, and its profits fell from more than a billion pounds in 1997 and 1998 to ?145 million in the year ended 31 March 2001. Since the late 1990s M&S has experienced serious boardroom instability and has made a number of attempts to revive its business, with only partial success. By 1999, Online Shopping was brought in, and the company grew with new sales of fashion clothing. In 2001, with changes in its business focus such as taking credit cards, the introduction of the "Per Una" clothing range designed by George Davies, accompanied by a redesign of its underlying business model, profits recovered somewhat and M&S recovered some of its market share, but it soon became apparent that problems remained. In 2004, M&S was in the throes of an attempted takeover by Arcadia Group & Bhs boss, Philip Green. On July 12 a recovery plan was announced which would involve selling off the financial services business to HSBC Bank plc, buying control of the Per Una range, closing the Gateshead Lifestore and stopping the expansion of its Simply Food line of stores. Philip Green withdrew his takeover bid after failing to get sufficient backing from shareholders."A Trophy of Grace by Kathie Luther
A Trophy of Grace "The grace of God is that quality of His nature which is the source of man’s undeserved favor and blessings, especially salvation through Christ. The grace of God is fully disclosed by Christ and He is Himself the complete statement of grace. He is the chosen vessel whereby God shows His favor to sinful man. Where sin abounds, grace so much more abounds. Romans 5:20 " (Harper’s Bible Dictionary) "A trophy, on the other hand, (according to Webster’s Dictionary) is a sign of victory, a token of an enemy’s defeat. It’s something taken from the enemy and kept as a memorial of victory." Wonderful Webster! A Christian, then, is a symbol of the devil’s defeat through the Blood and Cross of Christ! We have been taken away from our arch enemy by the very grace of God! We are products of God’s grace, love, and mercy, but we are not formed on an assembly line. We have God’s personal attention to shape us individually. His own Hands have made us, His Holy Spirit lives inside us. We are a constantly changing product, alive unto God. We will change as quickly and as often as we surrender and yield to Him. However, our carnal nature still exists and it’s a battle every day to not let the influence of the world shape our thoughts, words, actions. It’s so easy to let the cares of this world and the deceitfulness of riches spring up as thorns and choke the Word in our hearts. This happened to me recently [years ago now] and the thorns grew so slowly that I did not feel them. I had become unfruitful in many ways. God showed me a dream so I would see what I was really doing. The dream is called: THE HOLE IN MY FATHER’S HEART! I see my Dad looking very sad and lonely as well as tired. I go over to him and ask him what’s wrong. He tells me that he has a very large hole in his heart, about half the size of his heart! He feels unwanted and unhappy that I wanted "to make him feel useful" by having him help me with my garage sales. I give him my full attention now. What is the meaning of this? Well, I have a pole building that I sell antiques from by having sales from time to time. I had done an antique show also. I began to work with a website as well to sell my antiques on. This began to consume my time and energy and my thoughts as well. I was not giving my Father in Heaven my full attention, the intimate fellowship that His heart longs for. He has an emotional hole in His heart, a void, an empty spot that used to be filled with my attention, prayers, conversation, praise, I had prayed for his blessings on my sales and the show. I had, in effect, tried to make Him feel useful by asking for His help with my sales. He did bless me but His heart ached for me. I know I will not forget this parable or its message, His grace was extended to me in a kind and gentle way as He showed me His heart. Once again, His love was manifested to me and I became a trophy of His grace! I had His personal attention given to me in order to get me back into shape. Take the warning, the thorns grow so slowly that you may not notice until too late and you have also caused a hole in your Father’s heart. The Lord brought me to Job, chapter one in which Job loses all his wealth, children, servants. A pointed reminder that everything I have is in His hands. Naked I was born and surely I can take nothing with me out of this world. Only things of eternal worth will last. Thank God that where sin abounds, grace so much more abounds! I deserve no good thing from my Father’s hand, I often waste what He’s given me. But by His grace I have been bought with a Price! I endeavor to glorify Him for I am not my own, I belong to Him. Read this poem and think of what you are because of His grace: A TROPHY OF GRACE I am the good seed that brings forth much fruit Because I am watered and have a deep root. This earth isn’t home, in Heaven’s my place. A crown and a mansion wait for this trophy of grace. I am the wheat among tares because Jesus came Gave me a new nature, saved me from the flame! I’ll press toward the mark and I’ll win the race Because of my Savior, I’m a trophy of grace! I am the Pearl of Great Price which the Merchant has sought. He gave up His all, with His Blood I’ve been bought! Hopeless and lost ‘til my sins He erased, I’ll walk streets of gold as a trophy of grace! I am a Work in Progress, so have patience with me. Though we are God’s children, we’re not yet what we’ll be! I have never deserved to see Jesus’ face. Oh, but I shall as a trophy of grace! By Kathie Luther
Born in 1937 in a port city a thousand miles north of Shanghai, Adeline Yen Mah was the youngest child of an affluent Chinese family who enjoyed rare privileges during a time of political and cultural upheaval. But wealth and position could not shield Adeline from a childhood of appalling emotional abuse at the hands of a cruel and manipulative Eurasian stepmother. Determined to survive through her enduring faith in family unity, Adeline struggled for independence as she moved from Hong Kong to England and eventually to the United States to become a physician and writer.Related topics:
A compelling, painful, and ultimately triumphant story of a girl's journey into adulthood, Adeline's story is a testament to the most basic of human needs: acceptance, love, and understanding. With a powerful voice that speaks of the harsh realities of growing up female in a family and society that kept girls in emotional chains, Falling Leaves is a work of heartfelt intimacy and a rare authentic portrait of twentieth-century China.
Snow White's stepmother looks like a pussycat compared to the monster under which Adeline Yen Mah suffered. The author's memoir of life in mainland China and--after the 1949 revolution--Hong Kong is a gruesome chronicle of nonstop emotional abuse from her wealthy father and his beautiful, cruel second wife. Chinese proverbs scattered throughout the text pithily covey the traditional world view that prompted Adeline's subservience. Had she not escaped to America, where she experienced a fulfilling medical career and a happy marriage, her story would be unbearable; instead, it's grimly fascinating: Falling Leaves is an Asian Mommie Dearest.
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